Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.
Come on, man. I am usually the first guy to apologize if I step out of line. You know it. Peace.
I suppose if all you have to go on is AE & Alden then chunky it is.
In years past, US shoes covered all ranges of styles, and the Gunboats (which i LOVE, of course) was only one of them.
"like school in the summertime."
^^^^^ stunning Moo- love to know more deets. and the trees !
just a misunderstanding DW- it's clear Burton (below) didn't mean thistle as a generic part of a shoe - just that this shoe has a punched thistle design, and therefore the shoe's character has English/Scottish associations, so maybe meant as a rebuttal of my 'American shoe' comment.
Quidditch shoes ? ^^^
oh yeah- it's 'busy', but can't deny the mastery
nice shoe, but what is the upper? Looks to be a different material/leather from the pic? I haven't read every single post so excuse me if someone has already commented what this is.
well, now it just needs somebody with guts to order a pair of their stock models, though. @raven material is calf and scotchgrain.
These are nice, but I usually prefer my shoes's jolly rogers to be shell cordovan.
Well, Patrick, I was going to get them done in Ravello Whiskey No 8 cigar shell, but they were all out. Maybe on my next pair.
I have always admired these. I would definitely get a pair.
very nice, almost Hef-like
Recent arrival from EG: Midford on the 82 in Dark Oak.
exactly. you've got the right attitude.
well, fuuma already owns a pair. lucky, he's been to vienna and got fitted personally.
shouldn't you be in europe these days, iirc?
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